Since March of 2020, Meridian Community College as well as the community as a whole have been affected and our sense of normalcy has been challenged by the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19. This has been an unprecedented time in our college's history and new information about COVID-19 is being released on a continuous cycle. MCC officials are maintaining regular communication with the Mississippi State Department of Health and other health officials and are relying on their expertise and guidance to take appropriate precautions to protect our students, employees, and visitors.
The Meridian Community College COVID-19 Campus Plan has been developed to enable MCC
students and employees to return to a college environment that is as normal as possible,
while still taking precautions to keep our students, employees, and visitors safe
and healthy. We want to ensure that everyone who comes in contact with MCC understands
their roles and responsibilities. With input from a wide array of employees from across
the college, medical and health professionals, and guidance from state authorities,
we understand that this plan will remain fluid and will be an on-going work in process.
As we learn more about COVID-19, and as recommended practices and procedures evolve,
the Meridian Community College COVID-19 Campus Plan may also change and evolve.